Posted on 22nd February 2016
We’ve been shortlisted for another award!
As some of you may be aware Ian Cameron currently holds the title of UK Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year With that success behind us, along with the UK Practice of the Year award we won a couple of years ago, we are delighted to let you know that we’re finalists again! This time, we are up for UK Technology Practice of the Year at the annual Optician Awards. We’re delighted and honoured that a team of optical industry experts have short-listed us for this award.
We place a real emphasis on the use of market-leading technology and hopefully you have experienced its use first hand in the practice. We invest heavily in technology, ensuring that we provide patients with the most thorough eye care available in the country. It doesn’t end with the installation of the impressive looking equipment. Our highly trained staff are able to expertly analyse the findings, giving great reassurance to patients.
It is not just our shiny scanners that have seen us shortlisted for this award. It’s our use of other forms of technology. For example, we are delighted to share scans online with patients, whether it’s sharing it with other health professionals, or simply because your child wants to show their friends the inside of their eyeball! Behind the scenes, we ensure the practice runs smoothly for the benefit of our patients, utilising technology to ensure ease of access and communication with patients. And soon, we’ll be one of the few optometrists (or opticians) to offer online booking on our new website.
OK, a bit of trumpet blowing there, but we’re pretty chuffed and we want patients to feel 100% confident that by coming to Cameron Optometry they are receiving the highest level of eye care available.
Now to get the glad rags ready for the awards night in April.
18th June 2018
We’re thrilled to announce that our clinical lead optometrist, Gillian Bruce, has passed her Masters of Science (MSc) degree in Primary Care Ophthalmology with distinction. As if that wasn’t impre...Read more